: Sound recording of Lucille Kendall's November 7, 1979, interview with San Francisco labor organizer Louis Goldblatt documenting his involvement in the labor movement of the 1930s and 1940s in San Francisco, Calif., and throughout the Pacific Coast, as well as the history of the San Francisco hotel strikes of 1937 and 1941-1942.Collection Guide
: Goldblatt (Louis) Oral HistoryManuscript Call Number
: MS 3538Cassette Call Number
: CT 53.1-53.2Rights
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Part of Hotel strike series.
Interviewer: Lucille Kendall